An Endless Emergency

Paris is always Paris. The narrow cobblestone streets, crowded clubs, beautiful museums and baguettes all matched my expectations. Until the first group of soldiers...

What’s behind the NOTRE DRAME fire.

The heart of the “grande nation” began to weep as the French witnessed the cradle of their history burning in the Notre-Dame fire in...

Labor Trafficking in the age of a pandemic – exploiting the new “normal”

While the COVID-19 pandemic has put the world into lockdown, according to watchdog groups, human trafficking is soaring in Europe. As the COVID-19 pandemic...
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Bucking the System – A New Campaign Strategy Changes Austrian Elections

Using an anti-system campaign strategy has defined a new approach to elections across Europe, with the Austrian Freedom Party joining the Austrian People’s Party...

No Man’s Land in The Balkans – The Liberland Case

On April 13, 2015,  the world’s newest micronation, the Free Republic of Liberland, was born on a 7 square-kilometre parcel of uninhabited swamp. Situated in...

A Deal with the Devil? Sweden’s Political Crisis

By: Gustav Pedersen (Guest Writer) Following the Swedish general election in September 2018, the country was thrown into a long political and governmental crisis, lasting...

Democratic Values? France’s Double Standards in the Ivorian Political Crisis

Unconstitutionally extending presidential terms is a common practice in African politics. Between 1995 and 2015, twenty-three heads of states reached their term limits and...

“Welcome to the Twilight Zone”

Many of today's conflicts are often blurry and complex. Therefore, the second panel of DASICON 2017 gave an overview over the Ukrainian crisis and...

Armenia’s Old Wound – Will It Ever Heal?

This year, on 27 September, an old wound between Armenia and Azerbaijan was reopened. The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, referred to as the Artsakh conflict by...

The Future of the ECB: From “Super Mario” to “Superwoman”

Christine Lagarde, new President of the European Central Bank, has inherited low interest rates, sluggish growth and a divided Council. As of November 1, 2019,...

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